Only 10 percent of physicians in the Lone Star state are “very confident” their practice is prepared to meet the ICD-10 deadline on October 1, according to a new survey by the Texas Medical Association.

Doctors employed in hospitals are least likely to be very confident their practice is prepared to transition to ICD-10 (5 percent), finds the survey. Overall, few physicians have begun transitioning to ICD-10 extensively (7 percent), while those employed in hospitals are least likely to feel their practice has begun to transition to ICD- 10 extensively (3 percent).

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